A THEORY OF INTERNAL REDUPLICATION

@inproceedings{Broselow1983ATO,
  title={A THEORY OF INTERNAL REDUPLICATION},
  author={E. Broselow and J. McCarthy},
  year={1983}
}
In the vast majority of the world's languages morphological affixes appear at the periphery of the word they are modifying that is, they are suffixed or prefixed. Infixes, then, are a mild sort of morphological curiosity, since they forsake the peripheral position for some phonologically-determined slot inside the word. Typically, the only morphemes that are demonstrably infixes are those that show up inside fully-formed roots, like the familiär nasal present of Indo-European. Even more exotic… Expand
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